Timothée Chalamet to make West End debut in 4000 Miles – how to get tickets

Play was nominated for a Pulitzer Prize in Drama

Adam White
Wednesday 20 November 2019 11:59
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Timothée Chalamet, star of Lady Bird and Beautiful Boy, at the Venice Film Festival in September 2019
Timothée Chalamet, star of Lady Bird and Beautiful Boy, at the Venice Film Festival in September 2019

Timothee Chalamet is to make his West End debut in the Pulitzer-Prize nominated drama 4000 Miles by Amy Herzog.

Dubbed a “funny, moving, altogether wonderful drama” by the New York Times, 4000 Miles will star Chalamet as a 21-year-old who vanishes while cycling across the United States with his best friend. After weeks of silence, he suddenly appears on the doorstep of his grandmother’s Manhattan apartment, where their mutual griefs collide.

Chalamet will star alongside Eileen Atkins, under the direction of Matthew Warchus. The play will preview from 6 April and officially open on 16 April. It will close 23 May.

In a statement, Warchus said: “Amy Herzog is one of my favourite living writers – she writes with a deceptively powerful simplicity, full of extraordinary grace, precision and radiance.

“I’m very much looking forward to working with this exceptional cast on her gorgeous play which abounds with intimate beauty and truth.”

Here’s how you can buy tickets to 4000 Miles...

A number of priority booking opportunities will open over the coming days, for patrons and “Friends” of the Old Vic.

Benefactors and patrons can buy tickets from Friday 22 November at 10am, while Premium Friends can book tickets from Thursday 28 November at 12pm. Friends of the Old Vic can book from Friday 29 November at 12pm.

General on sale will open Tuesday 3 December at 12pm.

The play 4000 Miles marks Chalamet’s first theatrical role since 2016’s Prodigal Son, a John Patrick Shanley play which ran at New York’s Manhattan Theater Club.

He next appears on the big screen in Greta Gerwig’s Little Women and Denis Villeneuve’s reboot of Dune.

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